16 Archival description results for music
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- CA BMUFA 0068-UF1978.004
Includes wedding songs and customs, harvest songs, spring songs (hahilky), love songs, humorous songs, Cossack songs, carols, Malanka songs, kolomyiky, and proverbs collected by Irene Scharabun for the UKR-421 course at the University of Alberta.
- CA BMUFA 0106-1
The project consists of songs and verses collected in Edmonton from the informants Joe Olinyk, Anna Olinyk, Mrs. Helena Pinkyj, Mrs. Eva Kurylo, Mrs. Maria Stratychuk, Mrs. Annie Kapach, and Mrs. Mary Lagoski, some of whom grew up in Galicia or Bukovina and immigrated to Canada.
- CA BMUFA 0103
This collection includes a reel-to-reel with Reverend Zuzak and Mrs. M. Werezak singing, and interviews with Mrs. S. Trefiak and Mrs. M. Herman on superstitions, northern lights, and more.
- CA BMUFA 0105
This collection includes an essay on proverbs, riddles, and sayings along with a book review for the courses Ukrainian 423 and Ukrainian 422.
- CA BMUFA 0134
A collection of course work by Mark Bandera including book reviews, annotated bibliographies, and essay on topics such as folklore, folksongs, tsymbaly, and bandury.
Bandera, Mark Jaroslav
- CA BMUFA 0108
The collection consists of a fieldwork project and final papers done by Markian Kowaliuk for the Ukrainian Folklore courses at the University of Alberta.
- CA BMUFA 0211
- 1983, 1984
The collection consists of essays and questionnaires created by Natalia Booyar as part of her assignments for the Ukrainian Folklore courses at the University of Manitoba.
- CA BMUFA 0065-UF1978.001
The material was collected by Roman Brytan for his UKR-421 course at the University of Alberta. The collection consists of texts and some musical scores for songs sung in Alberta communities. Contains musical scores for some songs and choreography for dance songs.
The audio recording contains songs recorded in Edmonton from Sophia Klymkovych, Mykhailo Shmihel's'kyi and Maria Bukyda in December 1978.
- CA BMUFA 0104-1984.027
"The Development of the Contemporary Bandura Scene in North America" discusses bandura playing and ensembles in North America with a brief history of how the Bandura came into existence.
- CA BMUFA 0095
The collection consists of a Musical CD by the New Melody Kings titled "There's Something in the Wind". There is also a three page background story of the New Melody Kings written by Jerry Ozipko, and a one-page brief biography.
There's Something in the Wind
(Seven Selection EP)
©2016 STUDIOOZ Productions EP-01
Recording Engineer - Mike Brazeau, Reel Audio Productions
Ne Teper Polka/"Not Now" (Polka) 2:29
(Traditional Ukrainian Song)
Shchos Nam Viter Naviva/"There's Something in the Wind" (Polka) & Arkan (Ukrainian Hutsul Dance) 3:06
by Jerry Ozipko (2015)
Chowen Ketaietsia/"The Rocking Boat" (Waltz) 3:33
(Traditional Ukrainian Song)
Chorney Ochi/"Dark Eyes" 2:34
(Traditional Ukrainian Romance Song)
Siyanka/"Sowing Wheat" (Kolomyjka) & Arkan (Traditional Hutsul Dance) 3:05
Mazurka(Traditional Polish Dance) 3:52
Hopak/"Cossack Dance" 1:55
(Traditional National Dance of Ukraine)
The New Melody Kings
- CA BMUFA 0211-1984.033
"Ukrainian Contemporary Music and Youth" incorporates 10 interviews attempts to discover why Ukrainian youth listen to contemporary music and whether or not they prefer Ukrainian contemporary music composed in North America or the music from Ukraine. Includes a questionnaire.
- CA BMUFA 0066-1978.003
A collection of texts including spring songs (haivky), kolomyiky, religious songs, love songs, wedding songs, Easter songs, harvest songs, as well as descriptions of wedding customs and rituals collected from Alberta residents.
- CA BMUFA 0104
This collections includes an essay by Vivian Osachuk on the development of the contemporary bandura scene for the course Ukrainian Arts in Canada.
- CA BMUFA 0108-1980.001
A collection of kolomeiky, lyrical songs collected from three women who came from western Ukraine. The essay also analyzes the construction of the kolomeika and compares these collections to some found in traditional literary collections.